I don’t really find that my browser history provides an adequate portrayal of my thought processes. When I was considering the essay and writing my nugget, my mind fairly immediately arrived at the Radiolab episode that I included. So, instead of a screenshot of my browser history, I’ve included one of the tabs that I had open at the time that I was composing my blog post. This plethora of different sites that I was perusing simultaneously, all for the sake of elaborating upon four or five different paths of thought, represents a fairly common state of ordered chaos for my internet browsing. Whenever I allow others to use my computer, they are appalled by the copious amounts of information that I keep available to me. As the orchestrator of the madness of my internet browser (and also my equally cluttered desktop) I know how to navigate through the noise and I have a system of organization in place within my seemingly anarchistic computer habits.
My mind thrives in a state of disarray. What causes others to become anxious or distraught allows me to feel empowered. I tend to jump around alot. My thoughts exist as quantum energies; instead of gradual transitions ebbing and flowing they sporadically ricochet off of and collide with one another. They are all in conversation, but not in the way that people hold conversations at a dinner while discussing a potential business deal. No, they’re more like wriley children yelling over one another and yelling ever-louder when they feel ignored, because an increase in volume is the most logical way of conveying a point.